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TUESDAY, APRIL 5. 1887.
A pi IIS
H H Australia finni Sun IiuiicUon
Hclir Kiiinia Irom Kminl
Sclir lithulllto ftom Kauai
Stmr Suipiiso for Kuan
Sclir Mniui for llonomii
Sclir Wnllclo for Kuan
BktnoMniy Wliikulmntt for Sim Kr.iu-
rlco at 10 u in
Sclir Wuleliu for Watnlu.i
Stmr Mlknliala for Xnwlllulll, Koloa,
Klcelc, Wnimea ami Kekaliu at 5
o'clock i in
Stmr Wnlnlcnlo for Wnlnmiu, Hnnnmn
ulu, Klluuca, ami Himalel nt 8 a in.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl for Lnlinliui ami Humnkua
FiumSauFrancNco, per S S Austin -lln,
April i'-S II Wilson, It V .rnfiiltli
ami wlR'. Kil Kcrstuns J AV G Cofrnn,
Cluis .! Lmlwllgscn and wife, AL Cron,
Jlls Jpiinlo Tuck, 1' S Howe, L Cabot,
S G Wilder and servant, S G Wilder, jr,
T O Cirllilile.i: l lloidcn, Y. S Uordcn,
E 11 Fisher, .7 S Martin, Dr S Xnffel,
Jllsf Pun ntt, MUs Williamson, Mnj TS
8 In steerage, and '24 Chinese.
The S S Australia left San riancIco,
March 29th, nt a i m. Flist day moder
ate NV wind and smooth sea. Iteniaiii
dcr of voyage. lightlialllliHriilrs, smooth
sea and lino weather. Took on Hono
lulu pilot April nth, at 12:10 p m.
Twenty-five cabin. 8 steerage, and 24
Chlii' so paicngui3, and 10J4 tons
Tho Mary Wlukelninn sailed this
noon for Sail Francisco with lll.O.ll bugs
sugar, 1,800 bags of i Ice. and 800 buclis
of "miliums. Value 872,8:i0.
Anlvals at San Francisco, Mar 14 S
S City of New Yoik; 15th Dora
Blulini, 20 davs from Hllo; 17th W 11
Dlmoiul, 10 uiijs fioni Honolulu; Geo
C Perkins, 20 days from Honolulu: Kate
Fllcklnger, 211 ilnva fioni Honolulu: 10
S S Alameda; 21st J G Fold, 10 days
from Honolulu; 0 O Whltmorc, 20 days
from Honolulu) 25th Lady Lainpsou,
2.1 days fiom Honolulu.
Sailed fiom Sun Francisco, Mar 18th
llrlg Hazard for Hllo; 28th Uktno
Discovery for Honolulu.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Kulakuuu, Arnistiong
111 IgAlllultowo, Phillips
Bktne Morning Star. Turner,,'
liztno Glaus bpicckcls, Drew
Bktno Planter, Pen liiiau
S S Australia, Houdlctt
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Company B of tho Honolulu Hides
will drill this evening.
Tnn Australia has brought fiosh
vegetables, fish, etc., to tho local
. . "
A had place near tho sidewalk, at
Mostiinan's corner, on Nuuanu sticct,
lias been plunked.
Tun "Ilawuiiun Government Ga
zette" for this week contains no new
Tiinni: mo laigo nntl comfoitnblo
furnished rooms to lot at No. d7,
Tun nativo man and woman tried
yesterday at tho Supremo Court for
adultery were acquitted.
In place of tho stono wall, lately
pulled down in fiont of the Roman
Catholiu Church, 11 neat iion fence is
being put up.
. o .
Mil. and Mrs. II. J. Nollo received
a lmndhomo basket of lloweis, fiom
tho Beaver clorks, this morning, as a
silver wedding present,
F. IIoiin, truo to bis old instincts,
will bo on hand at 0 o'clock ijo.t
Friday (Good Friday) morning, with
his first-class Hot Cross Buns, and
from that hour till 5 p. m. will deliver
to any pai t of tho city,
Tuottino races, tluco in live, havo
been arianged between C. Biown's
white boibo, Dick Davis' .Too Duke,
and Broitbo's Benton Boy, for tho 24th
of May, at Kupiohini Paik, for a
purso of $750,
Wh.ukh & Co. had tho streets in
front of their building cleaned this
morning, and tho premises generally
brushed, preparatory to receiving
Hon. S. G. Wilder by tho Australia
At King Bios, may bo Been two
paintings of Hilo bcones, by D.
Unwind Hitchcock. Ono of tho
pictures is a cluster of banana plants.
Tho other picture represents a view
looking towards Cocoanut Island.
It is especially desired that overy
member of tho flint division of tho
Liliuokuluni Educational Society
Hhould attend tho meoting to bo bold
at 3 o'clock, lo-moriow afternoon, in
tho room of Engino C6. No. 1.
Hahuy Giube, at Miuchant's Cigar
Emporium, has made a wood cut
monogram for Mr. W. S. Jaico. Tho
production of lltury's skill and
patience, is equal to anything that 11
practised carver could turn out of
It is definitely decided that whon
tho steamship Australia Icuvch for
Sun FiudcUeo, on tho 12th or l!Jth
instant, Queen Kapioluni will bu 11
p.issunger by her. l'i inccss Liliuokii
hini and Lioutouant-GenoialUoininis
will also go along with tho Queen.
Tup complimentary conceit to
Cpiumodoio Diokcuon nt tho Ha
waiian Hotol lust ovoniug by tio
llawaiiun Band was a pleasant ovont.
Tho balcony audgioundsof tho Hotel
werociowded with delighted listeners,
and tlio music was oxcellont. Tho
0)1111111 of tlio conceit was incicasod
liy tio mngniilct'iieo ot tho ovoniug
Tun famous diummor, Major Hon
deishot, lias at rived.
Amonost tho arrivals, per steam
ship Australia, aro tho Hon. S. G.
Wilder and son, and Mr. E. C. Mac-farlunc.
Majou R. H. Hcntlorshot and son
will piobuhly appear at Eniniii Square
this evening, and give a sample of
their drumming and fifing.
A wao iii tho Police Court, on
feeing a Chinaman arraigned for
stealing it bottlo of wine, tho property
of Mr. W. S. Luce, ictnurkcd that tlio
theft was a natural result of loose
A notioi: fioni tho Chief Engineer
of tlio Fiio Dopurtmont requests tlio
assembling of nil firemen tit tho Bell
Tower, nt 1 o'clock p. 11. to-morrow,
to attend Hie funeral of Wong Kim.
A Hii.VKit fish knife and fork, from
Etigeno Adolf Zootl, and a massive
silver salad bowl from Mr. Geo.
Engolhiudl, were among tho silver
wedding presents leccivcd by Mr.
and Mis. 11. J. Nollo to-day.
Miissus. Lewis it Co. havo received
by tho Australia fresh asparagus,
navel oranges, oysters, gooso breasts,
flounders, shrimps, parsnips, cauli
flowers, red turnips, mid many other
nico things. Thoso who como first
will havo the best show.
At tlio moonlight concert to be
given on Thursday evening at Thomas
Square, Mons. C. Michiels has tender
ed his services, and will favor the
public with two cornet solos, ono of
which iH his own composition, and
tho other, that of one of tho most
celebrated maestros in Europe.
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Twenty-five ycais ago to-day, the
wedding bells heralded tlio nuptials
of Henry J. Nolte. In celebration
of this evejit, the Royal Hawaiian
Band assembled in rear of the
Beaver Saloon, and precisely at mid
day, a Hveh nir was struck up, to
the surprise of everyone present, the
boys having effected an entrance at
tho back, unknown to the bencficirare
and his patrons. Ono after another
extended their congratulations to
the "Happy Man" with a wish that
lie may yet live to see .1 Golden
BELLS, BELLS, BELLS!
The Kaumakapili bells have been
placed in position, and were tested
by Mr. Wray Taylor this morning.
One or two slight nlteiations were
found necessary, which have been
made during to-day. This evening,
from 7 to 7:30 o'clock, Mr. Taylor
will treat Honolulu to its first real
chimc-of-bclls concert. The chimes
and a variety of sacred and secular
tunes will be rung. The stillness of
the hour selected for the inaugural
ringing will favor the sound being
heard to the best advantage.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Tuesday, April 5th.
Ah Ycc, a Chinaman who has been
in the employ of Mr. W. S. Luce
for the past two years, was this
morning charged with larceny of a
bottle of wine, to which charge he
pleaded not guilty. Remanded until
Wednesday, Oth instant.
Henry Kaneauhii was charged with
gross cheat by obtaining tho sum of
S2.")0 from Mrs. Rdbinson, under
false pretences. Examination waived
and defendant committed for trial at
the Supreme Court.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this even
ing, commencing nt 7:30 o'clock.
Following is tho programme :
Overture Titus Mozart
Plniilo IHvouuo Petrclla
Wnll. Tho Lagoons .Strauss
Selections Mm co Vlscontl Petrella
Medly Night Echoes Riviere
Walt Gaspui onno Mlllocker
G avotte Welcome Kluss
Polka Military Waldteufel
THE LATE WONG KIM.
Wong Kim, an elderly and res
pectable Chinese carpanter and fore
man of the China fire engine com
pany, No. fi, died last night, and
will bo buried from his late resi
dence, Mnttuakca street, at 2 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon. Friends and
acquaintances, and also the members
of tho various fire companies are
respectfully invited to attend the
funeral. Wong Kim was an old
resident, widely known, and much
respected, as well by tho whites and
Hawaiians as by his countrymen.
To-morrow (April G) is called
Spy Wednesday, becauso, it re
minds us, first, of the solemn ses
sion of tlio high-council of tho Jews,
composed of tlio chief priests and
tho sciibcs and the ciders of tho
people, held in tho court of high
priest Cniaplins, toconsult together
that they might apprehend Jesus,
and put him to death. Secondly,
of tho ticason of Judos, surnamed
Iscariot, ono of tho twelve chosen
Apostles, who agreed with tho mom
bora of this high-council to dcljver
Ills divine master up to them for
thirty pieces of silver.
This samo day, according to an
cient tradition, presents to us an
other pictuic, but this (S a touching
and consoling picture1 tho picturo
of Jesus patting from His blcs.scd
Mother. P. O.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
E. Kcntcni, Denver, Coi. ; K. P.
Borden, E. S. Borden, Philadel
phia ; S. II. Wilson, London ; L S.
Major T. S. Parrotl, Australia ;
JDr. and Mrs. J. Nngcl, Germany;
Albert Cron, San Francisco; Mr.
and Mrs. Ludwigsoh, San Francisco.
For tho month of Mar., 1887:
Tho total number of deaths repotted
for tho month of Mar. was !", dlstil-
buled as follows:
Under 1 year....
From 1 to 5
From 0 to 10....
From 10 to 20...
From 20 to 80...
Fiom t!0 to -10.
From -10 to 60.
Fiom fid to CO.
Fiom CO to 70.
MnliM, 2."i Females,. .
cAtrsi: op death:
Bcrl-hcil :.. 1
Blight's Dineaso 2
Cynhosls of liver
DIs. of Heart.... 2
DIs. of liver 1
Number unattended 10
COMl'AUATIVK MONTHLY .MOUTAI.1TV:
Mar., 188.1 BO Mar., 1S80 It
Mar., 18S1 10 Mar., 1S87 17
Mar., 18S5 52
Annual death rate per 1000 for mouth
SICKNESS IN TUB bCIIOOI.S.
School. Scholars. Sick.
Foit Street School 1150 :
lloyal School .Til 8
Poluikaiiia School 102 0
St. Louis' College HOtf 3
Preparatory School 10." 0
J. II. BltOWN,
Agent Board of Health.
J 1 J 1. .j J- a"
The O. S. Ansti alia ai rived shortly
after noon to-day with dates to the
2!th ult. The following is .1 brief
summary of the news:
London, March 20th. The 1'ost's
Vienna correspondent says: The
majority of Bulgarian delegates arc
resolved to re-elect Alexander King
of Bulgaria, ns soon as the regents
deem it opportune.
London, March 20tli. It is re
ported that the Czar received a letter
dated March 1st from tho Executive
of tho Nihilist Committees informing
him that at a sitting of tho Commit
teo on February 22d ho was con
demned to death and that fifty mem
bers were appointed to execute the
Lisbon, March 21st. Tho Ciowu
Princess of Portugal has given birth
to a son, and both mother and child
aro doing well.
Lynchburg, Va., March 2lth.
A train on the Norfolk and AVestcrn
Railroad went through tlio Otter
liver bridge, twenty miles above this
city, to-night. It is stated that
eight persons were killed. A wreck
ing train, physicians, lias gone to
the scene of tho disaster.
Burlin, March 25th. Tho North
German Gazette reproduced an
article from tlio France of Paris of
Emperor Williams' birthday, con
taining the insulting reflection on
tlio German people and tlio Emperor,
and adds: "If wo expose these
effrontrics of tlio French patriotic
press it is not in order to subject
them to criticism, but simply to add
to tho extensive documents which
will ono day give evidence of the
calm patience with which Germany
has borne for years the most insolent
Ficnch slanders and provocation."
The tono of the Gazette, combined
witli Bismarck's allusion in his
speech in the Landtag on Wednes
day to the dangers htill menacing
Germany's national existence, re
vives fears of war. The (irst symp
toms of a recurrence of the feeling
of uneasiness was vtsiblo on the
Bourse yesterday, being a general
reaction in international scuutitics.
Bismorok's exact words, rof erring
to the policy to satisfy the Catholics,
were: "Wo must aim to consolidate
the unity of tho entire German nation
in view of the dangers to which it
may be exposed at no distant time?
The second corvette built nt St.
Etin for the Chinese Government
was launched to-day in the presence
of tho Chincso Envoy.
London, March 22d. After an
all-night session tho I rouse of Com
mons passed tho Civil Service bill.
William Henry Smith, Government
leader in tlio Houso of Commons,
arose amid cheers in tho House tills
evening and moved that the bill for
tlio amendment of tlio Criminal law
in Ireland havo precedence over all
orders of the day. Ho said tlio
Government wcio bound to oct
under a senso of public duty, parti
cularly when thoy found Juries in
Ireland intimidated and notorious
criminals getting off scot free.
John Morley, in moving a rejec
tion for urgency, denied absolutely
Smith's assertions as to tho lawless
condition of Ii eland, and demand
ed, that t,h,p Government glyc com
parative statistics of crimo in Ire
land, which, lie said, would show
that beyond a certain very narrow
area in tho county 1m! Mieldom been
quieter. Tlio Government's pio
perty restrictive legislation would
pnly aggravate rucIi evils ns existed,
and would weaken ami ispp.il what
pvor rpmcdio.9 thoy had in atorc.
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
BRAND OPENING, SATURDAY, APRIL THE 2nd ! 1 1
I am prepared to show onu of the Largosl and Best Selected Stocks of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
ever imported into this Kingdom. ifc Special attention is called to onr stock of
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
"Which I had manufactured especially for this market, and well worth inspection. HOUSE FURNISHING-
GOODS a large assortment. A large and well selected. stock of BOYS' CLOTHING in the
Latest Styles. I will sell tho line at
JCA.IVTJIT'A.OTUXEIt'S COST TO BEFY COMPETITION !
Straw Hats for Girls and Boys. Traveling Trunks and Valises a large assortment.
S. EHRLICH, 63
The Gladstonian whips, without
consulting the Parncllites, to-night
arrange with the Government whips
to divide on the Morley amendment
on Thursday, thus opening the road
to a passage of the Coercion bill be
fore tho Easter recess. The Par
ncllites arc disposed to disregard
tho whips, and arc arranging to con
tinue the struggle independently.
London, March 2a. An explo
sion by which seventy minors were
killed occurred to-day in tho llulli
Colliery, near TSydncy, New South
London, JIarch 20. Eighty-live
persons lost their lives by the ex
plosion in Bulii Colliery, at Sydney,
N. S. W., on Thursday. The
bodicsJiave bean recovered.
St. Petersburg, March 23. It is
reported that the polica have dis
covered stores of dynamite and ap
paratus for the manufacture of
bombs in several villas at Pnrgslc
vos, n summer lesort in the suburbs
of the Kussian capital.
New York, Match 24. The Star's
St. Petersburg special says: The
students who were arrested with
bombs in their possession, and who,
it was proved, intended to attempt
tho assassination of the Czar, were
secretly executed last Saturday.
AH otllcers of tho army whose con
nection with the conspiracy has
been confessed or proved havo been
summarily executed or exiled to
Siberia. Only those suspected, and
against whom no proof of actual
complicity lias been obtained, havo
been suffered to remain at large,
and these have all been removed to
London, March 21. Mnjor-Gen-cral
Krock, Commander at "Warsaw,
is dead. A current rumor is that
he was murdered.
An Astrnkan band of nihilists
made an underground passage to
the Post Olllcc, which they entered
and robbed of letters to the value
In the tranatlantic yacht race, the
Coronet won with several hours to
spare. She made the best time ever
made by a yacht.
Halifax, March 22d Tho Halifax
Chronicle, an opposition paper, dis
cussing the Now York 'Tribune's
proposal to abrogate tho Treaty of'
1818, says: 'Ihe United btatcs
might as well, repudiate her war
debt or frame a statute canceling
her bonds. The proposal shows the
helpless extremity to which ono of
tho ablest members of tho American
press is driven in tho course of inter
St. John, March 22d. Tho Globe,
edited by a member of Parliament,
publishes a double-leaded article
which says: Tho country will soon
wake up to the folly of tho Govern
ment's policy in regard to the fish
erics. We warn tho people that the
first act on the part of our officials
to harass American trade will in all
probability compel tho President to
put into force the non-intercourse
law, and the burden will fall upon
tho vessels and trades of these tlnec
Victoria, March 25th,- Tho first
through passengers on the Canadian
Pacific arrived to-night, some of
whom were delayed since tho 20th
of February. All speak highly of
thoir treatment by the Canadian
Pacific. It is thought traflic will now
Nows from Kootcnay, where the
Indians rescued a prisoner, is alarm
ing. Tlio chief and twenty braves
in war paint demanded and secured
tlio rcloai) of tho prisoner. It is
thought tlio least rupture may cause
u general uprising. Tluj 'Indians
could muster three hundred braves,
and throe hundred more from across
tho border would join. AH aro
firmed with "Winchesters. Should
such a rising occur all tlio whites in
tho district would suffer, a3 thoy
aro at prcsont at tho mercy of tho
Thirteen Anarchists, convicted, of
complicity in tlio plot to set ilro to
tho city of Vienna and blown up tlio
Imperial Palnco nt Schonbrunn with
dynnmitc, haye been scntonccd to
imprisonment at haul labor for
terms ranging from ono yeaj Jo
twenty years. Ono of thonl was
London, Maicli 21th. Cambridgo
won tho University boat race. The
and 65 Fort Street,
raco was over tho usual course of the
Thames, from Putney to Mortlake.
Tho race was a fine contest as far us
Uarno's Bridge, bing strongly con
tested every inch up to this point.
Tlio Oxford crew pulled bolter to
gether than their opponents did, and
it is agreed on nil sides the distance
they lost was by bad steering en
tirely The length of the courso is
four miles and two furlongs. Tho
time of tho Cambridge crew was
St. Petersburg, Marcli 2Glh.
Eighty-seven torpedo vessels belong
ing to the Baltic fleet of tho Iiussian
navy have been ordered to bo put in
n state of constant readiness for
service. Crews have been ordered
forthwith for forty-five of these
New York, Marcli 11. Tho Post's
London special says: Chamberlain's
speech left a bail impression hero.
The point of it is generally interpret
ed as an effort to shift to Gladstone's
shoulders the odium of the continu
ed disunion of tho Liberal party.
Chamberlain has decided, apparent
ly, that so long as Gladcstonc leads
tho Liberal party, his part must be
that of an opponent. Gladstone has
modified his attitude, which, it is
thought, will bring him nearer a
settlement. Some of the specific
conditions of Homo Hide which
Chamberlain laid down have been
conceded. Tho question is, how
ever, whether tho Liberal paity as a
whole will agree to withhold all con
trol over any order from the Dublin
Parliament, thus reducing it to the
level of a vestry. Some concession
may have been made on this point,
m well as on tho exclusion of Ulster,
which is one of Chamberlain's con
ditions. It remains to be seen
whether the Liberal party will per
mit Chamberlain, for ends of his
own, to stand in tho way of a re
union. His power with the Iladical
wing is almost gone. Personally,
ho never has been popular. All
through tho Irish crisis ho has shown
defects of character in such a w.13'
as to put his merits from view. A
Liberal reunion may yet bo decided
Kussian Admirals havo sent to
General Boulangcrn valuable sword,
insoribed, "Quo vive la Franco et
Lord Lorno and Princess Louise
aro at Malta. Lorno studiously
keeps himself in retirement while the
Princess goes everywhere.
London, March 15. Dr. Kova
Icffski, a learned Kussiaiu Doctor,
tells fiightful stories of tho number
of lunatics in his country. There is
room for only 10,000 in the asylums
and they are brutally ticated. About
00,000 roam about at large without
any care. Thoy aro to bo met on
all tho country roads, and they re
venge ill-usngo by maiming little
WEST, DOW & CO. lmvo iust
received mi uHoruiicnl of Fur
niture, MubIc Goods mid Toy, consist
ing In pnrtof, cheap Cane Clmlrs, ?f and
slnglo BedUoads nnil Towel Hacks;
Music Instruction BookB, Sheet Muic,
Guitar l'ogn, Plus, Keys mid Strings,
Drum HciiiIh; Veloclpulcs, llaby Our.
rlngco, Dollp. Udh, Hutu. Driunt,, Tops,
Musks, Tontii Picks, Ulnl C4go-, Shoo
Ilrinhe, Comb", Toilet Set,s, etc., etc.
Al-o, 11 lino lot ot Picturo Moulding
that, will in mndo un nt short uotl.'o unci
ntlowprlcm. PIANOS TO HKN'P.
1 rf LBS. Fresh llomc-Modo Ohew,
lUu lug Slicks or ho-called JHr
hers' Poles, nnil frc-li, delicious Vanilla
ami Ohootilntu Creams which I gunrnn
leu to ho fur superior nnd fold cheaper
than any Imported, ut F HOKN'S Pion
eer Steum Candy Factory ami llakcry
and Ico Cream Purler. t-Otf
S PERRY'S No. I Family Flour U
cillered for sulo by GONSaLYES &
CO , Queen Street. 01
WE HAVE Just rccoUetl per Aus
tralia a imw lot of AitiRts' Ma
terljlp, Illi'iny YVnro, Hrft"kcly, Cabinet
Friimog, Kustic Framed, do. And wo
lira hatter piupnrcd tliun aver to mako
Ournlcca nnd Picturo Frames, having
the largest and best hilectcd stock of
Mouldings in tho Kingdom, Kino
llUOH.' A r.T Eiouu. ill
)n, Flint's IIraiit Hwikdv is a
Specific for all forms of Heait l)is
enso and nlno for Discuses of Kidnoys
and Ciioultiiiou. Dcseiiplivo book
witli overy bottlo. Uon&on Smith &
Co., Aleuts, 301
Tlio Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dattojr
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state oocasons, as also for select par
tics given by their late Majesties Kamehameha IV, Kamchameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying tlio present royal household
with tlio delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Prnctlcnt Confectioner, l'aatry Cook and Ornaacnter In Honolaln.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74- (95 8m) Honolulu, H. I.
IMroKTKK AND DKALEU IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
t "i v 1
uiuuiiM uiiu ns
From tho Temple of Fashion at nroatly reduced ratoj, wo now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which ue y competition. '
Thcso goods are first class in every tespect and consist of all grades and qual
Mil, Siahle lor k Bid aid Poor alike
In 0 (Ten in? them U our customers we would mo it rcipcc'.fully draw their it
tcntlon to tho fact that wo aro giving them tho benefit of our cheap bargain 111
invito tho public in general to give ui a call and examino these goods beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usuul line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
ia too well known to need especial comment. 6t
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
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